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The Week in Review

The Week in Review

October 10, 2019

Accidental Overdose Marks Third Teen Fentanyl Death in King County The death of Gabriel Lilienthal on Sept. 29 marks the thir...

Who Let the Dogs Off (Leash)?

Who Let the Dogs Off (Leash)?

October 9, 2019

If you’ve taken a walk around campus lately, there’s a good chance you’ve noticed a few signs posted at entrances announcing...

Recent On-Campus Trespasses Initiate Dialogue On Campus Safety

Recent On-Campus Trespasses Initiate Dialogue On Campus Safety

October 9, 2019

In the month of September, the Seattle University Department of Public Safety (DPS) responded to two break-in incidents involving on...

OMA Celebrates 50 Years of Creating Inclusivity

OMA Celebrates 50 Years of Creating Inclusivity

October 9, 2019

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is celebrating its 50th year at Seattle University. Of all the services it provides, it rema...

Chartwells’ Looks for Fresh Start With New Management

Chartwells’ Looks for Fresh Start With New Management

October 9, 2019

After a slew of issues and allegations last year, there are big changes happening with Seattle University’s food provi...

National Young Life Policy Questioned at Seattle U

National Young Life Policy Questioned at Seattle U

October 9, 2019

Young Life clubs across the U.S. are grappling with the organization’s noninclusive LGBTQ+ policies and are coming to vas...

SU President Defends Decision to Remove Planned Parenthood Reference from Website

SU President Defends Decision to Remove Planned Parenthood Reference from Website

October 6, 2019

Seattle University President Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J. is defending the decision to remove Planned Parenthood as a listed student resource, in an email statement received by The Spectator on Oct. 4.

Seattle U Decides to Remove Planned Parenthood from Student Resources List

Seattle U Decides to Remove Planned Parenthood from Student Resources List

October 3, 2019

Faculty, staff and students are criticizing the decision by Seattle University to remove Planned Parenthood as a student resource from the university’s website following a request by a national pro-life group.

Parents and Care Providers Race to Find New Location for Mother’s Place

Parents and Care Providers Race to Find New Location for Mother’s Place

June 5, 2019

Mother’s Place, a Capitol Hill daycare center that has been providing quality daycare within the neighborhood for over 30 years,...

Seattle U’s Own Peter Parker Steps Up as Editor-in-Chief

Seattle U’s Own Peter Parker Steps Up as Editor-in-Chief

June 5, 2019

Jake Gyllenhaal, baseball and politics are a few of Alec Downing’s favorite things. With interests spanning from arts &...

Students and Staff on Moving Forward with Chartwells

Students and Staff on Moving Forward with Chartwells

June 5, 2019

Amid a myriad of allegations, Chartwells and Seattle University are looking at plans for how to move forward with their partnership—but...

Womxn Changemakers on Intersectional Advocacy at the Riveter

Womxn Changemakers on Intersectional Advocacy at the Riveter

June 5, 2019

The sun set as six women panelists’ voices rose over the attending crowd at The Riveter, Capitol Hill’s female- owned and...

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